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Millions of jobs could be lost as a result of new technologies, but millions of jobs will also be created.
Through apprenticeships, manufacturing employers can produce the skilled workers they need.
As the economy continues to add jobs, not all are high-quality.
Around 80 percent of self-employed independent contractors prefer their current employment arrangement.
A new survey shows how local workforce development boards are aiming to help low-income parents.
How can we help Americans who may feel intimidated by technological and economic change?
The President's Council of Economic Advisers discounts the EITC's potential to bring more Americans into the workforce.
Well-defined occupational frameworks can simplify the development and approval of apprenticeships.
Researchers must advance evidence-based solutions to the challenges facing our changing workforce and social fabric.
Massachusetts, Texas, and Washington have diverse funding structures for job training programs.

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